Bells & Whistles for Outlook 2.5.56
Insert personalized greetings, defined by the first, last or full alias name of the e-mail address where the e-mail is going to be sent.
It counts e-mail replies per subject, it adds 6-digit subject tracking IDs, time, date and attachment stamps, and it alerts users about missing attachments or blank e-mail subjects. Users can insert their most used text patterns into outgoing e-mails, such as product instructions, service details, Web page addresses, signatures or other predefined text. Users can create keyboard shortcuts to insert their text templates into e-mail messages. It assists users on generating mail merge sessions by creating separate e-mail messages based on each e-mail address inserted into the BCC field of an outgoing e-mail. For collaboration purposes, users can also select to always send a BCC e-mail to a specified address, for each message that is going to be sent. It works with any version of Microsoft Outlook, starting with Outlook 98.
- Microsoft Outlook 2000, XP or 2003
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